Cognitive control; a study of individual consistencies in cognitive behavior, by Riley W. Gardner [and others].


New York, International Universities Press, 1959.

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Subjects Cognition.
Educational tests and measurements.
Intelligence tests.
Psychological Tests.
Psychological tests.
Thinking.
Series Psychological issues (Series) ; v. 1, no. 4.
Description 185 pages.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Aims and theoretical perspectives -- 2. Plan of the study -- 3. The leveling-sharpening control principle -- 4. The control principle of tolerance for unrealistic experiences -- 5. The equivalence range control principle -- 6. The focusing control principle -- 7. The constricted-flexible control principle -- 8. Field dependance-independance -- 9. Factor analyses -- 10. Control principles and styles -- 11. Cognitive controls and defenses -- 12. Retrospect and prospect.
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